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The best 28" 50hz TV

Discussion in 'TVs' started by Squall Strife, Jan 22, 2003.

  1. Squall Strife

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    Hi guys, i need your help ^^
    I'd like to know which is the best 28" 50hz 16:9 TV.
    I've seen the Sony 28LS35 and it seems quite good, he has a good price too. So i'd like to know if there are any other tv (may be better ^^ ) for the same price ;)
     
  2. themmings

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    You could check out the above model - basic features but a spot on picture.

    Just ordered mine for another room from John Lewis. Price matched at £460 - free delivery and five year warranty.

    Tim
     
  3. moogy20

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    I've just been lookin at gettin that TV. Where did you get it at that price from please?
     
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    Thanx themmings ;) I've heard 'bout that panny, everyone say its a good tv, but i'm worried 'cause someone say that it has some video problems :confused: is that true? Have you got some probs with it?
    Anyway, you think that its a good tv to use with Playstation 2?
    Thanks again ;)
     
  5. themmings

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    moogy20: purchased from John lewis, price matched against Sound and Vision.

    Squall Striffe: Some say certain models can have geometery problems, but to be honest most (not all) true flat widescreen have some kind of geometery issue - some worse than others.

    For out right picture quality, it's right at the top IMO for a £460 price tag.

    Tim
     
  6. lentini

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    Panasonic TAU tubes are not truely flat. they are curved a bit and they just slap a piece of glass in front of them.
     
  7. themmings

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    Yep, but they ain't far off. If you look at most screens there aren't many that are totally totally flat.


    ...Unless you shell out for a Plasma - which is what I'm doing:p
     
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    I really fancy one of these but they are expensive!!!TX28DTS3 Great spec and the 32" is even sweeterTX32DTS3 But I havent seen either at any webtailers, Only at Local Panny dealer.
     
  9. lentini

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    The trinitron tube in my LS60 is
     
  10. Nello

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    PRC Direct sell these two DTS TV's, well they have them on their website at least.

    h**p://www.prcdirect.co.uk/PRC/PRC.storefront - go to the Digital TV section under Televisions.

    32" = £1150
    28" = £850

    Dunno if PRC can be used as a price match.........
     
  11. MartinImber

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    Have a look at the Sony KV32DX40 the internal DTTV tuner is good
     
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    Check out the philips 28DW6557 iDTV

    50 HZ

    Great picture and sound

    2 RGB scart (manual says it has one...)
     

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